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All students will be sent home, and there will be a morning meeting the next day. Teachers and our technology team will take the first day to prepare to flip to distance learning, and families will pick up technology and materials later that day. For the rest of the mandatory quarantine students will participate in distance learning daily.
In general, we are prepared to transition to distance learning for all students this year if the governor mandates school closure or if the Safe Schools Committee determines that we cannot offer in-person learning safely. We do not anticipate that happening at this point. We are also conscious that the pandemic landscape is changing rapidly.
If a child was exposed outside of school, they will receive materials from their classroom teacher as they would if they were absent in a typical year. This approach is consistent with how our peer schools plan to manage individual students who test positive. We will continue to re-evaluate this approach as we progress through the school year.
Not at this time. We will continue to work with the health professionals on our safe school’s committee and monitor any changes in protocols needed.
Teachers are prepared to send home materials for students at the end of the week and to have a quick zoom check in with the student at the beginning of the week.